would think different. but the oral arguments did happen. once they happened, most people said it was going to be struck down. so i don't understand your point here. >> the importance of that is how the media responded on thursday. if this had occurred three months ago, the media response on thursday would have been much more of a disappointment because the expectation prior to march was that it wasn't going to be struck down. so after march, when we all got this vision that it was going to be struck down, at that point in time, thursday ended up being, you know, a jubilation. the media were enthralled, almost orgasmic -- >> oh, no, no, no, no. it was not a jubilation. i watched it. i saw some anchors and thought they were going to cry. i watched cnn. cnn, there were no happy people on cnn. so don't say that. people said oh, my gosh, what happened? who died? no, there was no jubilation. come on. you're looking for things. >> there was no jubilation? >> not on this network. i don't know.